Zapotec Hieroglyphic Writing (Studies in Pre-columbian Art and Archaeology)

Zapotec Hieroglyphic Writing (Studies in Pre-columbian Art and Archaeology)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgment                                     vii
List of Figures ix
List of Tables xvii
Prolegomena
Introduction 1 (5)
Approaches to Writing 6 (9)
Language of the Inscriptions 15 (6)
Methods Used in This Study 21 (8)
The Study of Zapotec Hieroglyphic Writing: A
Historical and Critical Overview
Introduction 29 (1)
The Early Scholars (Nineteenth to Early 29 (6)
Twentieth Century)
An Interpretive Milestone: Alfonso Caso 35 (12)
(1928 and 1947)
Subsequent Epigraphic Studies 47 (21)
Retrospective 68 (11)
Problems in Reconstructing the Ancient
Zapotec Calendar
Introduction 79 (1)
The Mesoamerica Calendar 79 (5)
Available Accounts of Calendars in Oaxaca 84 (5)
Zapotec Day Names 89 (14)
Glyphic Discrepancies in the Proposed 103 (7)
Zapotec Day Lists
Unity and Variability of the Mesoamerican 110 (1)
Calendar
Analysis of Calendrical Glyphs
Introduction 111 (1)
The Year Glyph and Year Bearers in Zapotec 111 (43)
Writing
The Day Name Glyphs 154 (82)
Reconstructing the Glyphic Day List 236 (11)
Special Glyphs with Coefficients 247 (26)
Summary Remarks 273 (6)
The Carved Monoliths from the South Platform
at Monte Alban
Introduction 279 (1)
The South Platform 279 (38)
The Group of Monoliths from Monte Alban III 317 (17)
The Monoliths as Narrative Compositions 334 (15)
Taphonomy of the Monuments 349 (2)
Style and Iconography of the Narratives 351 (7)
Chronology of the Programs 358 (4)
Analysis and Interpretation of the Programs 362 (43)
Summary Remarks 405 (4)
Conclusions
Overview 409 (1)
The Logosyllabic Nature of Zapotec Writing 409 (19)
Structure of the Zapotec Calendar 428 (5)
Two Narratives of Power at Monte Alban 433 (9)
Guidelines for Future Research 442 (1)
Bibliography 443 (28)
Appendix 1 inscriptional Sources of Glyphs 471 (12)
Appendix 2 Key to the Designation of 483
Inscriptions and Their Provenience